The University of Bradford is proud to offer two Peace Studies and International Development (PSID) Scholarships for international students and home students (usually those from the UK and EU) who are interested in pursuing a full-time taught Master’s degree course within the Peace Studies and International Development division. These scholarships are only available for prospective students who are interested in starting their courses in September 2020. The School of Social Sciences at the University of Bradford is the host institution for these scholarships.
The eligible Master’s degrees related to Peace Studies and International Development are Peace, Conflict and Development MA, Peace, Resilience and Social Justice MA, Advanced Practice in Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution MA, International Relations and Security Studies MA, Economics & Finance for Development MSc, International Development Management MA, Project Planning and Management MSc, and Sustainable Development MSc.
All students from all countries are eligible to apply for the scholarships. The scholarship value is a £5000 fee reduction for all international students and a £2000 fee reduction for all home students. All students who have been offered a place on any of the eligible courses will be considered for the scholarships.
The scholarship application process is automatically processed together with the application for admission to the course and no separate application for the scholarship is required. The deadline for admission is not specified, so it is best to check with the University for the deadline. For detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship, kindly visit the official website at https://www.bradford.ac.uk/scholarships/info/Peace-Studies-and-International-Development-Scholarship.
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